Rich - RICH Photography
Feb 6, 2018

That Orange and Teal look - Do it in Lightroom!

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We've all seen that orange and teal look, in almost every travel vlog/video, every professional instagram profile and all high end cinematic movies.

 

Between downloading all the luts for videos, learning and understanding them, we found the SIMPLEST way that you can make you cinematic look in Lightroom to your photos AND video!

 

Check this out.

 

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